Nausheen Shah turns uncivil: “If you are not married your mother will remind you everyday”
Pakistani actress Nausheen Shah is currently going through a tragic phase and didn’t hesitate to openly ridicule the mothers of the nation on her platform.
The actress Nausheen took to her Instagram story to reveal her frustration over how when you aren’t married your mother will remind you every day of your failure to be non-wed.
She further takes the help of abusive language to indicate that this only happens in Pakistan where mothers keep saying ‘shaadi karlo, shaadi karlo’.
Nausheen’s reply to this constant pressure is ‘Nahi karni shaadi bhai maaf kardo jaan choro’.
‘I don’t want to get married, leave me alone.’
This is a very ill-mannered way to come back on one’s mother if we should say so.
Nausheen Shah is an accomplished star and has taken part in popular Pakistani projects including Pani Jaisa Pyaar, Noor Jehan, Rehaai and many others.
Nausheen might have been very fed-up to reveal her frustration so openly and her expression of deep annoyance over marriage pressures might have been taken a bit more positively if she had not taken the help of abusive language also not dragged the country into the equation.
As soon as the actress posted her expression of extreme agitation, many prominent members of the country starting attacking her for her poor choice of words.
Fashion designer Umar Sayeed responded to her saying how failing to get married after so many attempts provokes a person to take part in such vile antics.
Nausheen’s comeback to the designer was brutal and she commented over how the designer is gay and sleeps with multiple men. He is incompetent to get married therefore he is in no place to comment.
Nausheen wrote, “Now you will tell me what to say and when to stop. You sleep with men Allah maaf keray you are a gay, ap toh shaadi kerne kay qabal he nhi ho. So please next time think before you speak hope I am loud and clear”.
The actress was attacked by patriotic social media users questioning her courage that she dared to talk about Pakistan in such an unacceptable manner.